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Lavadora (Washing Machine)| 14mins
Director: Carlos Bouvier | Producer: Raquel Haro
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: Spain
Subject Tags: europe, relationships, spain, spiritual awareness
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The 1960s. A Spanish village. Asunta lives a common life taking care of her family. One day, her husband buys her a washing machine. Asunta has no choice but accept it, though she does not want to have one. From this moment, everything begin to change. One day, using the washing machine and taking out the clothes, she notes that are girl's clothes. How is that possible, if she has a son, not a daughter? Everything gets even more weird when a creepy seven years old girl, shows up at home, calling her mom. Meanwhile, her son has vanished leaving no trace.

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